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One minor point. The description calls the 1FZ a 3.5 L engine. Don't know 'bout ya'll, but my 1FZ is 4.5 L. But, hell, what's a liter when you're talking 1800 HP!
Edit: I also don't see any PHH in the pics. I'll take 1 to go, please!
 
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One minor point. The description calls the 1FZ a 3.5 L engine. Don't know 'bout ya'll, but my 1FZ is 4.5 L. But, ****, what's a liter when you're talking 1800 HP!
Edit: I also don't see any PHH in the pics. I'll take 1 to go, please!

I'm sure it's destroked to make it a 3.5L. I want to know what sport compact car they were gonna put that in.
 
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I saw this a few months ago when I thought I was going to have to replace the LX's heart. I can't believe the price drop I may have to get it now:rolleyes:
 
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One minor point. The description calls the 1FZ a 3.5 L engine. Don't know 'bout ya'll, but my 1FZ is 4.5 L. But, ****, what's a liter when you're talking 1800 HP!
Edit: I also don't see any PHH in the pics. I'll take 1 to go, please!

They respond to someone in the reviews that said the same thing.

This engine incorporates a custom rod and crank that destrokes it to 3.5L allowing for higher revs and fits it into the lower displacement classes in NHRA***
 

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They respond to someone in the reviews that said the same thing.

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This engine incorporates a custom rod and crank that destrokes it to 3.5L allowing for higher revs and fits it into the lower displacement classes in NHRA***


Thanks for the clarification. Well, there goes your low end torque, I would imagine. Since the 1FZ was originally designed as an off road engine, with excellent low end torque, I wonder how the new torque and H.P. curves compare with the original.
 

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